Eternal Laws of Life and Death: Developing A Political Biology



Nature is an eternal life force that is billions of years old. Nature is time itself. Yesterday, today and tomorrow, time remains the same. The laws of nature cannot be lobbied, jailed or changed. Mankind can play at making its own laws for a season, but if we live by laws that don’t align with the principals of life and death on this planet, our systems will be obliterated by the iron fist of nature.

In this article below, we will consider THE REAL laws of nature and question leaders who try to play God by peddling forth a false ideology.


Some people say that humans can’t mess with God’s plan: Abortion, stem cell research and assisted suicide for people in chronic pain are all touted up to attempts at “playing God.”

Those in power pretend to care about the “sanctity of life,” but a sanctity of life form whom?

Would a people who care about the sanctity of life preside over the greatest carnage of life seen in millions of years?

There is a difference between what our leaders say and what they do. They may claim to care, but if you look at the state of the world today, you’ll find the real story.


Modern humans have killed off 90% of large fish, 95% of America’s original forests and over half of the original rainforests. Humans have killed so much natural life that modern scientists are calling today the Sixth Major Mass Extinction. The last time this level of carnage has been seen was the Permian Extinction that killed off the dinosaurs 250 million years ago.

So who here is really playing God?


Now, in regard to human life, the doctrine of “human rights” doesn’t seem to apply to the children in third world countries who we’re bombing with drone strikes because their parents disagree with our ideas on Democracy? Does the Sanctity of Life apply to the indigenous people who are swept aside so the great progress of the Democratic World Order can reach out its arms just a bit further?


When you look at the origins of America, it’s very obvious that ideas of human rights and freedom were not extended to the Native Americans who were eradicated to make way for European settlers. While it is true that disease was responsible for killing a good part of the Native population, the realities of the Indian Reservations and the bitter conditions that Indians endure today as a legacy from colonization cannot be ignored. Native Americans today have the highest rate of suicides, unemployment and sexual abuse out of any ethnic demographic of people in America.

It also must be stated that human rights was not extended to the large number of Africans who were captured and enslaved in order to help build the American Dream.


These supposed “human rights” also don’t apply to those on the lowest rungs of America’s social economic ladder. There are many political campaigns clamoring for the rights of a woman’s unborn fetus, but many of these campaigns are silent about the rights of the 15 million children who live in households where food levels are insecure (feeding america).

Where is the real priority over life and death here? Our health care system spends millions keeping elderly people alive (many of whom wish for death) as well as people who are in a permanently vegetative state. No responsible medical opt out plan exists for people in a chronic state of pain or illness.

Yet at the same time, we allow 45,000 Americans (a low estimate) to die a year from a lack of health insurance. Even with the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, it is estimated that 30 million Americans will still not receive Health Care.

So it is okay to keep the disfigured, the ill and the elderly alive in a perpetual state of pain, but not to prioritize the lives of poor children because they fall below the desirable economic strata?

So when we hear this phrase, “Sanctity of Life,” we must ask ourselves if this sanctity applies for everyone, or just the wealthy. Is this a Sanctity of Wealth we’re talking about?



The modern man has a romantic idea of life in nature. Movies like Avatar and Dancing With Wolves display a flower power vision of the Ancient World. Yet if the modern man were to step into the real ancient world, he would recoil in horror at the realities of ritual torture and human sacrifice.

Ideas like “human rights” and “the sanctity of life” are very new in the span of human history. The reality is that most cultures had a plan for killing off defectives and the unfit in their societies. The Spartans who are the most famous for this practice, would abandon their ill babies at the nearest hillside. Many Native American tribes would leave their elderly to die in the wild, so that they wouldn’t slow down the tribe.

Most modern people believe such ideas are cruel. Yet many of these people have luxuries that would be unimaginable in almost any other time period. In the Ancient World, when life was a daily struggle for survival and food, people didn’t have the luxury of trying to keep an unhealthy person on life support – when even the healthy people were struggling for survival. What little resources people had were concentrated on the healthy, and the unhealthy were taken out of the equation.

This was not cruelty. This was a matter of survival.


What modern people need to understand is that the level of wealth we’re experiencing right now has been purchased at a very high price. Our current system is running up economic and environmental debts that are unsustainable in the long term future. Eventually this wealth WILL disappear.

This situation reminds me a cruise I took to the Caribbean a few years ago. For a short period of time, the passengers got to experience pure luxury and opulence – unlimited food, service as their beck and call, room service at 2 in the morning, etc. But once the cruise was over, many of the passengers (full grown adults!) actually started to cry and break down because they had to return to the real world.

As a society, the cruise of “The American Dream” is coming to an end and will be docking us off at the shores of a brutal reality. When we’re no longer able to perpetuate the illusion of infinite wealth, nature’s brutal laws of life and death will return. These laws won’t be a matter of cruelty – they will be a matter of necessity.

Nature is a system that prioritizes the healthy and kills off that which is rotting and diseased.


Today we are living under the tyranny of the “nice masters” or the “nice mass murderers.” Their blundering might end up killing millions – if not billions in the foreseeable future – but you must understand that everything they do is in YOUR best interest!

Our leaders tell you that they are creating this great future. They tell you that this is a benevolent system that has your best interests at heart. If any problems come up, it is certainly a temporary glitch in the streamlined Democratic world machine.

But is this really a benevolent system? Take a look around you to see the truth.

There is greater wealth inequality today than any other time period in history. Never before in the eons of history, has 1 percent of the population owned more than 50% of the world’s overall wealth and resources.

The great irony of our time is that the politicians who speak out the loudest on the behalf of human rights are the same people who would justify using “precise missile strikes” to annihilate mass numbers of those who disagree with their ideology.

Our world leaders don’t believe in the sanctity of life. They believe in the sanctity of wealth. But don’t worry, nature will inevitably enforce its own brutal rules of life and death if humans don’t.

The laws of Democracy and Human Rights are not a religion nor a death pact. They are simple human ideas that can be broken by the iron fist of nature in an instant. 


In the middle of this century there is projected to be 12 billion people on this planet. Can we really, honestly say that there will be enough for all? The reality is that many of the “Have Not’s” of the world will simply be killed off in the brutal struggle for resources that is about to take place.

Yet even the wealthy will suffer as the system begins to crack at the seams. It will be hard for the wealthy to keep their businesses running, when a large portion of their employees and customers are dying off in droves.

Eventually, nature’s brutal laws will take over. Systems that are healthy and fit will survive, while that which is wasteful and unhealthy will be killed off without a fleeting thought of “human rights.”

Nature is the balance of chaos and order.


In ancient Rome, when the Republic fell apart, the people welcomed Caesar as an authoritarian leader with open arms. Authoritarian rule has been the norm of human existence for almost all of written history. Democracy has almost no track record in the ledgers of time; it is a drop in the ocean as far as history is concerned.

When the current system falls apart, a series of brutal leaders will come to power through necessity to clean up the mess of Democracy. The ancient laws of life and death will become relevant once again as these new leaders make crucial decisions about mankind’s survival. Ideas about human rights will be swept away and “human responsibilities to the planet” will be the new priority.

Who are we to demand human rights, or the sanctity of life, when we don’t enforce human responsibilities? 

So as we think about the unrest in the world to come, we need to reflect on nature’s eternal laws of life and death, on the way that things have always been…and always will be. With our short term wealth we can create a delusion of unending prosperity. Yet in thinking about the REAL future, we need to reflect on how nature’s more brutal traditions will become an eventual reality once again.

Nature separates the healthy from the unhealthy. Nature will have the ultimate say, in mankind’s fate.


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